Monday, January 10, 2005

Seahawks win!

I often wonder why a one touchdown margin is considered a decisive win in football but a 20 state victory margin in presidential politics or two winning recounts in a gubenatorial election is not. Evidently DJ over at was thinking the same thing.

"The play on the fielded ended with St. Louis ahead on the scoreboard, 27-20. But because the margin was only one score, King County filed suit to review the play results, and because (in the opinion of the WSSC) the Seahawks “clearly intended to score a tying touchdown..."



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